35XV, 35 West 15th Street, 12A - Flatiron District, New York
90% SOLD/ Please note our Open Houses will be held at the SITE, 35 West 15th Street.Slated for Second Quarter of 2015 occupancy, and situated on one of the best tree lined streets downtown. Alchemy Properties' latest development located at 35 West 15th Street offers 54 state of the art residences of the finest construction. This mid-block new construction with an architecturally unique curtainwall affords incomparable un-obstructed awe-inspiring panoramic views. 35XV Residences start approximately 100 feet above the ground and will rise at an angle towards the sky, offering dramatic 10' ceiling heights with sun drenched interiors. 35XV is perfectly situated at the intersection of Chelsea, Union Square, Greenwich Village, and the Flatiron.All homes are out-fitted with Lutron home automation system including touchpads, remote controlled shades, lighting systems and temperature control.Finishes to include authentic 5" walnut stained patriotic American white oak floors complimented by clean, crisp, linear design from Benjamin Noriega- Ortiz. Kitchens, thoughtfully equipped with top of the line Poggenpohl cabinetry, custom honed white marble countertops, Miele appliances and Sub-Zero wine refrigeration. Master suites featuring sizable closets and layouts, the lavish master bathroom includes an elegant glass steam shower, radiant heat, marble flooring and a custom marble slab dual sink countertop with a separate soaking tub.Residents enjoy a full range of contemporary amenities including a health and fitness center overlooking a 75 foot wide common outdoor terrace, a climate controlled walk-in wine cellar for each residence, an entertainment lounge, dining room and children's playroom. Additional services include a 24-hour lobby attendant and live-in superintendent. 421-A real estate tax abatement. Immediate Occupancy.For more information please call 35XV Sales Gallery at 212-244-3515 to reach Frances Katzen, Jill Preschel and Wendy Triffon.
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